Furthur Live at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion on 2010-07-02
02. After Midnight
03. Hell in a Bucket
05. Brown Eyed Women
07. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
08. Comes a Time
09. Midnight Hour
Set Two - 106 min.
02. Scarlet Begonias
03. Two Djinn
04. Wharf Rat
05. Shakedown Street
06. King Solomon's Marbles
07. Let It Grow
08. Standing on the Moon
09. Not Fade Away
10. Donor Rap
11. Touch of Grey
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|Hell in a Bucket|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues|
|Comes a Time|
|King Solomon's Marbles|
|Let It Grow|
|Standing on the Moon|
|Not Fade Away|
|Touch of Grey|
- "Red, White, and Boom" fireworks began during Shakedown Street.
- They were visible from the show, and audible on the tapes.
- The "grand finale" was timed perfectly to the end of Let It Grow.
- I did not cut the second set for CDs, but it would require two discs.
- Compact Flash > USB > Maxtor 6L200P0 > Sound Forge XP 4.5 > Fades & Normalized to -0.01db > .wav > Trader's Little Helper > Flac
- Columbus, OH
- Run time
- 177 min.
- OTS/DFC lawn > AKG 391 and AKG 393 > Realistic 4-channel to stereo mixer > M-Audio Microtrack II @ 44.1kHz > .wav > Compact Flash
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- Transferred by
Subject: My first show by a Dead offshoot! Seven years ago. What memories.
Subject: Good show, not the best crowd
Subject: Thank you Boys!
Subject: Getting To That Point...
With that said, these guys ARE the next iteration of the band, the scene, and what it's about. I'm back to wondering what they'll play the next show, being disappointed that I haven't heard THAT song yet on this tour, and being bummed that I wasn't at THAT show because they played THAT song.
This is a great recording -- from what I've heard and am reading, the show was special too. I can imagine what it was like when the fireworks were going off during LIG. Love most of the first set choices too, seems like it was a great night.
Sorry bout the drunks -- every silver lining has its touch of grey...
This band is the real deal. I'm now at the point where I listen to the Furthur recordings here, not the GD recordings. RIP Papa Jerry, the band is taking it Furthur...
Subject: what a great show.
Subject: Thanks for posting
Other highlights were a rocking Loser, Midnite hour, and a supurbly player Comes A Time.
Subject: GREAT SHOW
Great Sound, Thanks taper.
Subject: Dead, White, BOOM and Furthur!!
Subject: great show
it was my first futhur show
first set so so i really loved comes a time and loser wow
i loved it
im more of a american beauty and working mans dead fan not a real fan or drums lol
but i loved it i only hope i can see them again
Subject: What a venue - what a freaking show!
Subject: Ooo Ooo FREEDOM......
Subject: Just A Wonderful Evening!
I can't decided if the fireworks are a distraction or just part of a well documented evening. It def doesn't take away from the fine music.
Subject: Great Let it Grow...
A couple of you had mentioned the sloppiness of the crowd; I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that there wasn't anything non-alcoholic for sale inside past the set break. I was dying for a water or a Coke, but I couldn't find anything but beer...
Subject: I was there...
It was my wife's first show, and she was a trooper all day, but I think she hit her wall about halfway through Set II. We'll try a nice cozy theater next time.
Thank you Furthur, and thank you tapers for keeping the music alive.
Subject: let it blow
Subject: appreciated greatly
Subject: Red White & Furthur
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